Whitehouse Station, New Jersey-based QuickChek Corp.
announced Randy Carlin as senior vice president of real estate
Brian Prevatt is the new director of finance and administration
at Savannah, Georgia-based The Parker Companies.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania-based CoGo’s Co. named John C. Eby
III as president and CEO.
The Pinnacle Corporation announced the
promotion of Drew Mize to president. Mize
joined Pinnacle in 2005 and has served as
COO since 2012. He previously served as
vice president of product management and
marketing, and as vice president of retailer
solutions. Bob Johnson, Pinnacle’s founder,
president and CEO since 1990, will continue in the role of CEO and
chairman of the board.
James Sundstad joined CBX as vice
president of branded environments.
AdvancePierre Foods added Celeste Clark,
a retired Kellogg executive, to its board
Clif Bar & Company named Kristin Oelhke
as senior customer manager.
Intellifuel Systems Inc. named Joy Milam to its sales team.
VP Racing Fuels Inc. named Richard Glady as sales
AdvancePierre Foods named Gary Perlin,
the former CFO of Capital One, to its board
Del Taco hired Jeff Little as senior vice
president of development.
Altoona, Pennsylvania-based Sheetz Inc. and Tulsa,
Oklahoma-based Quik Trip are two of the 2016 Fortune 100 Best
Companies to Work For, according to global research and consulting firm Great Place to Work and Fortune magazine. Quik Trip
has consistently been named to this list since 2003; Sheetz was
named to the list one other time in 2014.
York, Pennsylvania-based Rutter’s earned the No. 3 rank on
the Central Penn Business Journal’s 2016 list of Top 100 Private
Companies in Central Pennsylvania.
Verc Enterprises presented West Middle School in Andover, Massachusetts, with a check for $500, a grant made possible through the Exxon-Mobil Educational Alliance Program. (Pictured L-R, above) Muhammad
Tasleem, manager of the Verc West Andover Mobil location, and District
Manager Courtney Vercollone presented the check to Greg Waters,
assistant principal, and three students. The company also presented a
check for $500 to The Gifford School in Weston, Massachusetts. (Pictured
L-R, at right) Lee Richardson, manager of Verc Weston Mobil, and Robert
McArdle, interim executive director of The Gifford School.
Aloha Petroleum Ltd. recently donated
$10,000 to the Polynesian Voyaging
Society, a nonprofit organization that seeks
to revive traditional exploration through
educating students and communities. The
funds were raised through the ongoing
canister collection program at statewide
participating Aloha Island Mart stores in
November and December 2015, and then
matched by Aloha Petroleum.
QuickChek Corp., based
in Whitehouse Station,
New Jersey, was been
named one of the Best
Places to Work in New
Jersey in 2016, and one
of the Best Companies to
Work For in New York by
The New York State Society for Human Resources Management.
On March 3, M&M’s celebrated its 75th anniversary. To
commemorate the event, M&M’s is bringing the celebration to
fans all year long.
Alto-Shaam of Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin, was honored with
the prestigious Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year Award, an
annual recognition of excellence in manufacturing.
Speedway LLC raised $10.3 million for Children’s Miracle
Network Hospitals in 2015 to support children’s hospitals in the
communities where Speedway stores are located.